Looking for a destination for your holidays? It is important to learn about the place to visit because some places are preferred rather than others. Especially since there are some strange and terrifying places that you might not like to discover, unless the paranormal interests you:
AOKIGAHARA – THE SUICIDAL FOREST (JAPAN)
This scary forest is in the shadow of Mount Fuji and is one of the most densely populated forests in the world.
Although beautiful and surreal, it is also known around the world as one of the most popular suicide places. And those who do it run the risk of not being discovered for a long time because of the density of their foliage.
THE WELL OF JACOB (TEXAS)
Although it may look like a cool and relaxing place, the waters of this incredibly deep hole are ruthless.
It has been recorded as one of the most dangerous places for diving because its depth exceeds 6,000 feet, full of caverns and confined spaces. There have been 8 known deaths in this well, but do not be surprised if you come across the remains of many others.
THE GLOOMY WOODS OF DERING (KENT, UNITED KINGDOM)
In the south-east of England, a forested area is considered to be the most haunted in the UK. Over the centuries, there have been terrible stories of kidnappings, massacres, sacrifices and cults. It is now a hotbed of paranormal activity.
Hence the name “screaming wood”.
THE FOREST OF HOIA BACIU (TRANSYLVANIA)
This forest is not only located in the declared homeland of Dracula, but is also known as the forest version of the Bermuda Triangle.
Over the years, UFOs have been observed, several shepherds and their herds of hundreds of sheep have disappeared, and the atmosphere is disturbing.
MADIDI NATIONAL PARK (BOLIVIA)
This national park is an uninhabited jungle, virtually untouched by humanity. While the jungle is lush and beautiful, it is also home to thousands of plants, poisonous, poisonous and aggressive animals.
Anyone who visits can already predict his death, unless he knows which plants and which animals to avoid.
THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE (FLORIDA / BERMUDA / PUERTO RICO)
It’s not really a tourist destination and, technically, it covers more than 500,000 square kilometers, but it has an incredible reputation. Too many planes, boats and people have disappeared in this area.
Despite recent attempts to completely demystify the myths of the triangle, the evidence suggests disturbing things in this area. It is absolutely impossible that the number of ships and planes that have been registered entering and never coming out can disappear without any trace.
THE DEATH ZONE OF MOUNT EVEREST (HIMALAYAS)
By climbing Everest, oxygen becomes so scarce that it is impossible to breathe. If you are caught off guard, you will not come back. What’s even worse is that the climb up the mountain is so much in demand, that there is a line of people waiting to go to the top, and that they are all sitting in the death and they wait.
Recovering the bodies that were lost is too risky for mountaineers and looks too thin for helicopters. If you lose your life on Everest, it becomes your last resting place.
THE WALL OF THE ABYSS (HOLY CROSS)
The deep waters of the St. Croix Coast are home to the second largest living reef in the Caribbean, as well as another remarkable natural formation: a very deep waterfall at the bottom of the ocean.
There is a point off the coast, where the turquoise and warm waters turn into a dark emptiness and open several meters deep.
BATS FROM GEOMANTONG CAVES (MALAYSIA)
There is a series of hidden caves in a humid tropical rainforest. Inside the caves are endless caves filled with bats and guano towers several meters high.
This massive amount of bat droppings means that tons of evil creatures have come to settle there too, with enough cockroaches to cover the walls, as well as other pests.
THE SCARY WATERS OF THE DEVIL’S KETTLE (MINNESOTA)
This beautiful part of the country is both strange and metaphysical with regard to this waterfall on the “burned river”. There is a place where water falls into an endless pothole in the Earth. Over the years, countless objects and dyes have been thrown into the abyss and will never be seen again.
To this day, nobody knows where the water goes.
THE DANAKIL DEPRESSION ZONE (ETHIOPIA)
Even the name seems worrying. This place receives almost zero rain during the year and is one of the hottest spots on the planet. And sitting 40 meters below sea level makes it one of the most depressing and depressing places on the planet.
The lack of rain and the volcanic nature of the earth leave a geological rarity, with active volcanoes, sulfur springs, black lava flows and salt ponds filled with colored minerals.
This is probably what other planets look like.
PLAYA RACECOURSE (DEATH VALLEY, CALIFORNIA)
It is a very dehydrated lake bed, where the rocks seem to float on the sand, leaving traces on their way.
The researchers say that this is due to an underground lake that slides under the hard crust of the desert, but we, we are talking about extraterrestrials.